Vaping might cause lung, heart, and mental health problems

E-cigarettes are much less harmful than smoking tobacco. But that doesn’t make them harmless.

Vaping might be a gateway to smoking tobacco for teenagers

Vape — not so safe.

Blowing vapor: cigarette use plummets among youth in schools, but e-cigs take their place

Electronic cigarettes have soared in use among high school and middle school kids, tripling relative in 2014, while cigarettes have reached an all time low. The report was issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which found 4.6 million middle and high school students were current users of any tobacco product, which includes e-cigs despite the fact that it doesn’t burn or contain any tobacco – just the nicotine.

E-cigarettes are less harmful than tobacco variety, yet debate still lingers

A new study that shifted through 81 e-cig related studies found that these are less harmful than conventional cigarettes. Policymakers, however, are inclined to introduce strict regulations for e-cigs, citing unsubstantial evidence that e-cigs do not pose health risks.